Introduction to the Serbian Capital
The capital of Serbia, Belgrade is a surprising city where history has carved interesting sites, from Celtic fortresses to NATO bombing ruins, from Eastern Orthodox Churches to high rise communist-type apartment buildings and many more.
Your tour will comprise both a panoramic drive and a walk through the town center. You will discover Terazije Square; the Serbian Parliament and Belgrade City Hall (situated in a former Royal Court); Knez Milos Boulevard - Belgrade's own "Embassy Row"; the House of Flowers (Marshall Tito's mausoleum); St Sava Church - the largest Orthodox Church in the Balkans; Republic Square, with the National Theater. On foot, see the boulevard of Kneza Mihaila, the pedestrian shopping mall and promenade of Belgrade, and the fortress of Belgrade and Kalemegdan park - overlooking the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube.
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Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Complimentary pick up from any major hotel/site in Belgrade
End location: Complimentary drop off at any major hotel/site in Belgrade
Duration: 3 hours
The tour is done partly by private car (mine) and partly on foot
Transportation, including pick-up from your hotel; Entrance fee to the House of Flowers (Marshall Tito's Mausoleum); visit to Belgrade Fortress
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Zlatan was incredibly knowledgeable, kind, and went above and beyond to ensure that I enjoyed my time in Serbia! He is 100% fluent in English and welcoming to all clients. I would strongly recommend going on a tour with Zlatan if you visit Belgrade.